Omar's Days Are Numbered! Minnesotans Move To Boot Her OUT!
In Minnesota where voters elected freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar to the House of Representatives, a woman who, once arriving in office, has unleashed repeated antisemitic arguments that have bewildered and infuriated this nation of equality.
And while some within the radical left have stood at Omar’s side, much of the nation, including her own constituents, are ready to send her packing.
Several party leaders said they have had discussions about finding a candidate to take on Omar, just two months into her first term in Congress.
“There’s definitely some buzz going around about it, but it’s more a buzz of is anyone talking about finding someone to run against her than it is anyone saying they’re going to run against her or contemplate it. There’s definitely talk about people wanting someone to run against her,” said state Sen. Ron Latz
Lats is a Democrat from Omar's own district. Just to give you an idea of where Omar stands in her hometown. This is also following her latest attack on President Trump where she said "this budget isn't humane. He isn't humane."
She then said that Trump isn't human when asked to explain the differences between Trump and Obama. Omar said, "One is human, the other is not". Her attempts to dehumanize Trump have backfired in her face, however. It's hard to give the illusion of taking the 'high road' while simultaneously being an open antisemite.
Of course, Omar’s abhorrent language offended a great may Jewish people in Minnesota.
“Our community is exasperated by Rep. Omar’s unfulfilled promises to listen and learn from Jewish constituents while seemingly simultaneously finding another opportunity to make an anti-Semitic remark and insult our community,” Steve Hunegs, executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, said in a statement.
Omar has helped to define one of the major rifts in the divided democratic party, with a number of freshman congresspersons defending her anti-Israel stance publicly.